Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Corporal Paul Mobbs Retires
Honoring 25 years of exemplary service, Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton wishes to announce the retirement of Corporal Paul Mobbs today, May 31st, 2013.
Beginning his career at the Sheriff’s Office as a Deputy Sheriff in 1988, Cpl. Mobbs applied and was selected to be part of multiple units and specialty positions such as the Mounted Unit, Motor Unit, West Willow Summer Bicycle Patrol Unit, and School Liaison Officer for both Dexter and Lincoln Schools where he also taught the DARE (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) and TEAM (Teaching Educating And Mentoring) programs to students.
Special services he engaged in include Police Services Field Training, i.e., the in-service training of probationary Deputy Sheriff’s; active participation as a member of the Under Water Search and Recovery Team; Use of Force Team and Firearms Training Team as well as serving as a Sheriff’s Office Glock Certified Armorer.
He is the recipient of numerous commendations including multiple citations for individual meritorious service, unit citations, service and program improvement, professional administrative excellence, community leadership, Sheriff’s special citation and numerous letters of appreciation from citizens he has served throughout his years with the Sheriff’s Office.
“An energetic, community-oriented Deputy Sheriff, we are grateful for the consistent high quality of service Paul has provided to the citizen’s of Washtenaw County throughout his exceptional career. We’re excited for him as he begins a new phase of his life, but we will miss his constructive approach and positive orientation to public service. We’re gratified to know that he will continue to serve with the Sheriff’s Office in a reserve capacity as a part of our Mounted Unit."
~ Sheriff Jerry L. Clayton
Please join the Sheriff and Sheriff’s Office in congratulating Corporal Mobbs upon his well deserved and honorable retirement.